Will work hard to have a successful career here: Sunny Leone

Will work hard to have a successful career here: Sunny Leone

Will work hard to have a successful career here: Sunny Leone

She is just a film old in Bollywood but Indo-Canadian adult star Sunny Leone says she is smitten by the industry and would like to have a full-fledged career here.

The 31-year-old actress, who is gearing up for Ekta Kapoor's "Ragini MMS 2" after her debut in "Jism 2", said she is learning Hindi and dance.

"I love India. I am happy with the way things are shaping here. It's an amazing industry and people are treating me in a friendly manner. I am looking forward to do more films. I am happy being here. I will be staying here for a while as I have lots of different projects coming up.

"I need to learn many things here. My first film didn't demand any dance as such but now I am learning dance and better Hindi to have a flourishing career here. I have planned to use my own voice for my next project (Ragini MMS 2). All these are like a challenge for me," Sunny said.

Born in India, Sunny started off her career at a German bakery before trying her luck in the porn industry. Her family never opposed her decision of becoming a porn star, says Sunny.

Sunny grew up watching many Hindi films but never thought of becoming an actress in Bollywood.

"My family have been very supporting throughout. They did not oppose my decision of becoming a porn star. Like me, they also have a respect for my profession.

"I never thought of becoming a Bollywood actress until the idea was presented to me by Mahesh Bhatt in 'Bigg Boss' house. But as any Indian child, I grew up watching Hindi films with my mother and I remember, I have watched Aamir Khan's 'Dil' with her," she added.

When asked if she is planning to shift her base to India as she will be busy this year shooting for her next project and brand endorsements, she said, "I am not sure about shifting my base yet. I have to do loads of work here. I am just thinking everything step by step and there is no rush to make any big decisions now."

Sunny, who is the co-owner of her production company Sun Lust Pictures with husband Daniel Webber, said she will not be working this year in the American industry.

"I am not sure whether I will be making any film in America this year. I am busy. My production company will always go on. I don't think I will be in front of the camera for quite sometime. But I am not going to shut my company because I and my partner have worked really hard to establish it."